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I have peugeot 406, 2001. The clutch pedal started slight vibration and subsequently went down to the vehicle floor. There was a slight sweeking noice as Itried to change the clutch. Now the gear can not be change when the vehicle engine is on.

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Sounds to me like your brake fluid ran empty. Refill the holder and bleed it through.

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